The windows look great and I'm very happy with them. The guys were here around 8:30 am and finished by around 3 ish. Wow!
I'm hoping we see the same results in energy savings as Mrs. Rosemary (from her attic and all... look at my blogroll, peeps. I'm terrible at links). If we do, we will more than recoup the cost of these windows in no time. Our house is O.L.D., so we have forced air gas for heat and central air conditioning. The central AC is nice, I'm not so fond of the gas heat. At one point, it had a gas stove and gas clothes dryer. The former owners installed an electric stove at some point, but still used a gas dryer, so we had to have that converted when we moved in. No biggie, just needed some new hook-ups and a place in the box o' whatever it's called (that thing with the switches for on/off electric stuff. What is that thing called???). Fuse box? Whatever.
Anywho, as anyone with gas heat knows, it's getting DAMN expensive! Our gas bill in the winter could motivate me to convert to electric heat. I've never had gas heat and I just don't get it. Why can't life be all electric? Doesn't that seem safer and more efficient?
I whine, because I can and because it's late and I had to wait on my pics from the Evil Twin. Our front door clearly advertised our street number and that needed a professionals' photoshop techniques.
So, without further ado, I give you before and after.